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A sound understanding of emigrant corridors is crucial if we are to successfully pre-empt the spread of the virus in the coming months. IMN writes for @firstpost on Return migration and COVID-19: #Kerala, #TN, #Punjab, #UP, #Bihar may be future red zones https://www.firstpost.com/health/coronavirus-outbreak-return-migration-and-covid-19-in-india-data-suggests-kerala-tamil-nadu-punjab-up-bihar-may-be-future-red-zones-for-contagion-risk-8221531.html

Tracing dist-level emigration hotpspots by using #Kerala, Gujarat, TN migration surveys & emigration clearance data from GOI, @NowMigration maps out hotspots for StageI&II transmissions of #coronavirus. Ostracism of return migrants sets dangerous precedent
https://www.firstpost.com/health/coronavirus-outbreak-return-migration-and-covid-19-in-india-data-suggests-kerala-tamil-nadu-punjab-up-bihar-may-be-future-red-zones-for-contagion-risk-8221531.html

There are over 1.3 million migrants from Telangana in the Gulf and around 40000 returned earlier this month (March) and are in quarantine. Many more want to return but it is highly likely that they will be infected. @firstpost
http://ow.ly/pAyE30quXor

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